FunX

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FunX
Funx.jpg
Broadcast area Netherlands (nationwide)
Slogan "The Sound of the City"
Frequency FM (local editions)
Region: Frequency:
Amsterdam: 96.1 MHz
The Hague: 98.4 MHz
Rotterdam: 91.8 MHz
Utrecht: 96.1 MHz
DVB-T Bouquet 1 (NPO mux)
DAB+ VHF channel 12C (227.36 MHz)
Astra 3B Satellite 11.914 GHz/H (free to air)
First air date August 3, 2002
Format Urban music (alternative, independent)
Owner Dutch Public Broadcasting (NPO)
Stichting G4 Radio
Webcast Radioplayer
Webstream
Webcam
Website funx.fm

FunX is a Dutch public radio station which has been on air since 3 August 2002. The station is aimed at a young audience and mainly concentrates on such music styles as Urban, Latin, Reggae, Dancehall, Oriental, Arabpop, Turkpop, Farsipop, Banghra, Rai, French-African hip hop, Mandopop, and various crossover styles. The station aims to give "street" opinions airtime and follows the latest trends.

There are four local city editions of FunX: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague. These air on FM. A national version is also available via cable.

FunX logo used from 2002 until 2014.
FunX car

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